HomeLatest NewsA 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck western Mexico days after the deadly quake

A 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck western Mexico days after the deadly quake

Mexico CITY: A 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck Mexico early Thursday, shaking buildings in Mexico City, days after a powerful earthquake struck the country, killing two people and damaging hundreds of buildings.
Mexico City residents flee their homes as earthquake alarms sound and buildings shake.
Mayor of Mexico City Claudia Shinbaum Twitter said there were no initial reports of damage in the city.
The US Geological Survey (USGS) first registered the 7.0 magnitude earthquake at a depth of 20.7 kilometers (12.9 miles), slightly deeper than Monday’s tremor.
On Monday, on the anniversary of the deadliest earthquakes in 1985 and 2017, a 7.6-magnitude earthquake struck western Mexico, killing two in a Pacific port. Manzanillo.

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